Rhetoric & Public Affairs 21, no. 2 cover
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 21, no. 2
Edited by Martin J. Medhurst

Laura A. Stengrim, "One World: Wendell Willkie’s Rhetoric of Globalism in the World War II Era"
Harriette Kevill-Davies, "Children Crusading against Communism: Mobilizing Boys as Citizen Soldiers in the Early Cold War State" 
Tiffany Lewis, "The Mountaineering and Wilderness Rhetorics of Washington Woman Suffragists" 
Davida Charney, "The Short and the Long of It: Rhetorical Amplitude at Gettysburg"

Review Essay
Christopher J. Gilbert, "War Comics"

Book Reviews
Cara A. Finnegan, Making Photography Matter: A Viewer’s History from the Civil War to the Great Depression, reviewed by Ekaterina V. Haskins
J. Christian Spielvogel, Interpreting Sacred Ground: The Rhetoric of National Civil War Parks and Battlefields, reviewed by Michael Warren Tumolo
Robert Asen, Democracy, Deliberation, and Education, reviewed by Mark Hlavacik
S. Scott Graham, The Politics of Pain Medicine: A Rhetorical-Ontological Inquiry, reviewed by Lynda Walsh
Mary E. Stuckey, Political Rhetoric, reviewed by Jeffrey P. Mehltretter Drury
Robert E. Terrill, Double-Consciousness and the Rhetoric of Barack Obama: The Price and Promise of Citizenship, reviewed by David A. Frank
Stephen Howard Browne, The Ides of War: George Washington and the Newburgh Crisis, reviewed by Allison M. Prasch
Leroy G. Dorsey, Theodore Roosevelt, Conservation, and the 1908 Governor’s Conference, reviewed by Samuel Perry
James L. Kastely, The Rhetoric of Plato’s Republic: Democracy and the Philosophical Problem of Persuasion, reviewed by John J. Jasso
Subjects: Rhetoric
Publication Date: August 6th, 2018
192 pages| 6 in x 9 in
MARTIN J. MEDHURST is Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric and Communication and Professor of Political Science at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.